Serious white balance difference between the above and below photos, in real life it’s similar to the below.
Price: $32 but can be found on sale at Priceline often for half price or buy one get one free.
I’m always on the hunt for foundations which are light enough for my skin and that also cover my freckles. This ticks both boxes and therefore makes me a happy girl. It’s apparently full of fruit and good things for your skin but I could take or leave all of that because all I really want to know is does it work and does it look good? The answer is a resounding yes.
It’s a fairly watery consistency which I like because it goes on smoothly. Application is best with a brush (for fuller coverage) or a sponge for lighter. I like that it covers my freckles almost entirely but looks natural and very un-deathmask-y. There are a wide variety of colours and it lasts all day for me whether I use a finishing powder or not.
The bottle isn’t particularly big but I can definitely forgive that on the fact that I don’t use much per day and it’s on sale so often at Priceline that it’s a good deal.
Would I buy Bourjois Heathy Mix Foundation again: Yes, it works well for me and matches my skin tone at a price I like.
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